Edited by Emmanuel K. Ngwainmbi and Levi Zeleza Manda
This book provides the theoretical and historical context of the practice, guidelines, and tools for covering health, pandemics, sanitation, education, and development in Africa. It will appeal to public health-based communicators in public health and advocacy degree programs, media students, citizen journalists, and teachers of health/pandemics, development, and sanitation communication/journalism. In addition, the book will assist Ministries of Communication, international development agencies interested in working with journalists in matters of health, and sanitation, and non-governmental health practitioners like Doctors without Borders.
Emmanuel K. Ngwainmbi, PhD, is a Distinguished Professor of International Communication and a member of IAMCR.
Levi Zeleza Manda, PhD, is an international development communication expert and media education consultant.
The above text is from the publisher’s description of the book:
Title: Theory, Practice, and Guidelines for Communicating Health and Pandemics in Africa
Editors: Emmanuel K. Ngwainmbi and Levi Zeleza Manda
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing